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#1 2021-04-07 09:46:09

ruffy
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Registered: 2017-06-10
Posts: 29

ifplugd and netctl-auto, no ifplugd.action

Hi all!

I have a new laptop and set up Arch on it.
For my previous laptops I used for networking netctl-auto in combination with ifplugd.

This time I had no chance to get a wired connection.
After investigating some time, I found out that

systemctl status ifplugd@<interface>

showed the error

Program execution failed

So I found out, that it cannot execute

/etc/ifplugd/ifplugd.action <interface> up

because there is no ifplugd.action executable.
The only executable is

/etc/ifplugd/netctl.action

. I solved the problem for now by making a link with

ln -s /etc/ifplugd/netctl.action /etc/ifplugd/ifplugd.action

. Does anyone know why systemctl/ifplugd still searches for ifplugd.action instead of netctl.action?
Or should I have an ifplugd.action?

Thanks!


EDIT:
https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/31341  suggests that one has to write its own instance of the action script.
I never did that before and there was no need for that.

Last edited by ruffy (2021-04-08 06:35:20)

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